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Album

Count Me In

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD1: A Bun Dance; Papa Zimbi; Casa Camara; Them Nasty Hurtin' Blues; Voce e Eu; Insensatez; Mystery Blues; Chega de Saudade; Routeousness; Count Me In; Bells and Horns; Saudade de Bahia; Casa Camara; Pony Express; Maria Ninguem; Toccata; Count Me In. CD2: Cupbearers; Ally; The Sheriff; With Malice Toward None; All Members; Marilia; Suite Port au Prince; New York 19; Quem Quizer; The Thumper; Count Me In; Repeat; Lass from the Low Countrie; Down by the Greenwood Side; We Shall Overcome.

Article: Album Review

Paul Winter Sextet: Count Me In

Read "Count Me In" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il sassofonista Paul Winter deve la sua fama prevalentemente alla formazione del suo Consort, il gruppo che ha guidato a partire dalla seconda metà degli anni '60 in un percorso di avvicinamento dal jazz alla world music con spiccata impronta ecologista, e nel quale ha tenuto a battesimo nel 1970 la nascita degli Oregon (i quattro ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Winter Sextet: Count Me In

Read "Count Me In" reviewed by Edward Blanco


The Paul Winter Sextet was a short-lived group from the 1960s, leaving little in terms of an imprint or legacy in jazz but for one distinguishing fact: it was the very first jazz group to perform in concert at The White House. After a grueling six-month State Department-sponsored tour of 23 Latin American countries, First Lady ...

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Video

Count Me In

Featuring the music of Claude Thornhill
Duration: 2:49

Claude Thornhill's orchestra featuring vocalists Martha Wayne & Buddy Stewart.
Album

Count Me In

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 1993


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